Two eras of design merged to create a singular living space. On a prime stretch of Woodrow Wilson Drive, this 1961 post & beam by architect Perry Neuschatz is a modernist's dream come true with its striking post-modern 1980 addition by noted architect Peter de Bretteville. The combination of these two accomplished architects and styles creates a one-of-a-kind environment that shines at every turn. Situated on two levels with open living spaces on both floors, this 3BR/4BA home feels spacious and well-connected to the outdoors with walls of glass and an abundance of windows. The top level features a large living, dining and kitchen area, den and two bedrooms including a primary suite with en suite bathroom. Downstairs is a 2-story office space along with an additional room that could be a bedroom. A private rear patio and two large decks offer ample outdoor space. 2-car carport, storage and prime location amongst the best homes in the Hollywood Hills. California modernism at its best.